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Who is the best brokerage to work for in the Seattle-Burien area?

I just got my license about a month ago, but have been going back and forth about which broker to work with. I have interviewed with John L. Scott and Prudential. I have also looked at the Century 21 ads, but was not impressed, same with Re/Max. I have another job, so want to work part-time initially. Both JLS and Prudential said that was okay. I like the JLS training method and the technology website, etc, but the broker of the office closest where I live I was lukewarm on-- The Prudential office has been totally trying to "woo" me to their office, but I feel like they just want warm bodies to fill their desks, but the broker was awesome!! There are also some other local places that looked interesting and that were hiring: Premier Real Estate Group, Skyline, and Ewing & Clark. I am not sure if I will be transitioning into full-time in the near future. A consideration for me is that I may be purchasing my own home shortly and want to take more of my commission to put towards it.

Asked By: beach dreams - 10/11/2007
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I've worked closely with Windemere and Prudential. But the one I found to be above and beyond those was Keller Williams. In fact, recently I've seen a handful of John L Scott agents part ways and join KW. I myself ended up joining on earlier this year. I have gotten such awesome training and the fees are actually lower... More
Answered By: The Drew - 10/18/2007
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I am a Realtor in NC and I am with RE/MAX. Best move I ever made. No one sells more real estate than RE/MAX. Check this web site out and see for your self. www.joinremax.com
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Answered By: Lisa Pettry - 10/11/2007
 
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